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February 2022

Louise Willcox in conversation with Lucy Moss - Sound and Communications Executive for BBC Sport.  Lucy’s humble beginnings in the ‘sunny northern town of Blackburn, Lancashire’; her first steps into the world of television as a technical assistant for the BBC; how she manages her work-life balance; and her progress - inside and outside of the BBC – to this very senior role.

January 2020

In this episode Simon Clarke, Simon Bishop and Chris Maclean chat about a recent project Chris worked on, High Strangeness. It was part Stereo, part binaural

In this scripted comedy, sci-fi, Audible Original, a quick-witted young blogger turned investigator, Cassie (Sophie McShera) travels to the sleepy English countryside, only to discover a paranormal threat beyond humanity’s worst nightmares.

Following a strange event, frustrated British paranormal researcher, Cassie Chambers is thrown together with uptight American, Glen Hedley (Adam James), an agent for a shady government organization. This mis-matched duo soon discover, not only do they have a mystery to uncover, but also they’re humanity’s only defence against malign ultra-terrestrials from a different dimension. With interfering locals, obstructive bosses and a fanatical cult getting in the way, and only Cassie’s best friend Amanda (Mandeep Dhillon) as reliable help, Cassie & Glen must figure out why this unique enemy is here and turn it back before it’s too late - for all of us.

The whole series of "High Strangeness" can be found here

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Mike Thornton at Loudness lecture

Part 1 (1h 10) Mike Thornton covers TV.

Part 2 (40 m) Ian Astbury outlines the implications for Radio.

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